Amid stage four restrictions, sourcing platform Sourci signed up for space in Bayley Stuart Capital’s 600 Church Street in Cremorne.
Sourci is moving out of South Yarra for the high-tech precinct dominated by Seek, Tesla, Uber and the REA Group.
Domain and Hoyts are already in the building which has plenty of natural light and views across to the CBD.
Sourci founders Ellie Vaisman and Giovanni Pino said the new building was the first they had found that perfectly suited their workplace culture.
“After looking at dozens of properties across the city’s fringe, we knew we had found the one as soon as we got to 600 Church Street,” Mr. Vaisman said.
Colliers International agents James McMahon, Ash Dean and John Howell struck the deal.
Bayley Stuart paid $50 million for the building two years ago in an innovative fund-through deal with developer ICON but took on the risk of leasing the space.